Whereas most of us were amazed by Beyoncé’s Super Bowl half-time show, there’s a faction of white women who are now calling for a Beyoncé’ boycott.
According to sensitive white women, “Formation” is anti-police. And sends a wrong message to people. But never mind the fact that the video was subtly addressing police brutality and the killing of black people.
The anti-police sentiment that pervades our public discourse is not an accurate reflection of how the majority of Americans feel about law enforcement officers.We should be judged by our character, not by the color of our skin……..some peoples character can be seen in these comments. THEY ARE WHATS WRONG WITH AMERICA….THEY ARE THE PROBLEM#ChicagoCodeBlue #Beyonce #Superbowl #Superbowlhalftime #superbowlhalftimeshow #halftimeshow #BeyonceSuperBowl #BeyonceHalftimeShow #Boycott #BoycottSuperBowl #BoycottBeyonce #Superbowl50 #Superbowl2016
Posted by Chicago Code BLUE on Sunday, February 7, 2016
I don't usually hashtag but the fact that they invited Beyoncé to perform an anti-police song during the Super Bowl is…
It’s crazy how showing black pride and embracing black culture always makes people feel some kind of way. Would it be asking too much for white people to boycott killer cops? Probably so.
The bigger picture in these scenarios is the fact that some white people can’t stand it when black people, famous or not, speak out against systematic racism. But they really need to get over it.
For the record, I’m not even a die-hard Beyoncé fan, or read too much into her video. But let the woman live. Not everything needs to be dissected.